In New Employment Dispute, Catholic School Principal Says He Was Fired for Being Gay

Another LGBTQ-related employment dispute has made news as the former principal of a Catholic school says he was fired for being gay--a firing which caused at least one other key school official to resign in protest. Read More

Fired Church Worker Settles with Catholic School, Sues Archdiocese for Discrimination

A gay church worker has settled with the Catholic school which fired him over his same-gender marriage, but the worker is still suing the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. News also broke that the church worker is husband to a gay church worker which a nearby Catholic school refused to fire. Read More

Hundreds Protest Archbishop’s Policy Behind Multiple LGBTQ Church Worker Firings

Protests have continued in Indianapolis amid ongoing LGBTQ-related church employment disputes, but the archbishop is doubling down on the policies that have led to multiple firings so far. Read More

New Ways Ministry Criticizes Archdiocese of Indianapolis for Firing LGBTQ Teacher

Another LGBTQ teacher at an Indianapolis Catholic high school has been fired because of an ultimatum presented by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis:  fire the teacher or lose the right to call the school “Catholic.” Coming just days after another Catholic high school in the same city lost its ability to call itself “Catholic” for refusing to fire another LGBTQ teacher, the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, for the good of the Church, to stop and re-consider its punitive policies. Read More

A Second Catholic School in Indianapolis Fires Gay Teacher

A Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis has fired an LGBTQ employee over fears the archbishop would no longer recognize it as a Catholic institution. This decision was announced two days after a neighboring Catholic school was stripped of its formal affiliation with the Archdiocese for standing by an LGBTQ employee. Read More

What Are Catholic LGBTQ Educators Supposed to Do With the Vatican’s Gender Document?

Today's post is from guest contributor Alfred Pang who writes about what the Vatican's new document on gender means for LGBTQ teachers in Catholic education. What is at stake? The vocation of teaching and the integrity of LGBTQ people. Read More

Archbishop Withdraws “Catholic” Label from Jesuit High School Over LGBTQ Employee

A Jesuit high school has been barred from calling itself "Catholic" after refusing the local archbishop's demand to fire an employee in a same-gender marriage. Read More

New Ways Ministry Praises Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School Leaders

The leaders of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School in Indianapolis have taken a courageous step by standing by their teacher who is involved in a civil same-gender marriage.   Read More

Catholic Principal Departs School Possibly Over Anti-LGBTQ Censorship

Today's post features news about two LGBTQ-related disputes happening at Catholic schools in Ohio, including the departure of one principal potentially over anti-LGBTQ censorship concerns. Read More

In Chicago, a Renewed Alumni Effort to Seek Justice for Fired Gay Church Worker

Alumni of a Catholic high school which fired a gay teacher two years ago have begun renewed efforts for justice after that teacher released a new essay about his experiences last month. Read More